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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

When,'in the inarch of destiny, it \ras impossible for the'Democratic party to bind the negro any longer with the chains and shackle5 of slavery, and since our Democratic effunty Commissioners, after an outlay oi° over fifty thousand dollars to build a risw jail, have proved themselves unsble to hold a few of the lowest and wickedest of the rac3,how do they expect to put the heel of tyranny upon millions of color--ed American citizens and eleprive them of their political rights? "Have ' we a Democratic party among us?" is the inquiry of the Louisville Courier Journal. Hither • .joni.r-fui. exempt in Kentucky. The 'JWi.hhv Fourth of July oueraiiwi Km«k,Mi" il.u ren.'.grossive party to •',mi.hurW..s,"and.llie_?aul p.ii - e'ev l.»v« Wn jaulierti.1 intoKci.iuc,-U. where the work of resu.-Ht; noil is kept up by ''Iiascum s wnieKJ'. Andrew Johnson, says the Phil'a. Press, has been humbling himself before the people of Krioxville. He went there for the purposes of self-pxaltation, bu...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

The New York Commercial speaks of one of* the "tricks of the trade" as follows: "The banks still plead poverty. They are reciiving little from ihe South or any other section, and some are sending money to Philadelphia. The remittances to that city do not appear to be in the way of ordinary ex/changes, and are suspected to be intended for a specific purpose, Indeed. Philadelphia has become a sort of safe for the convenience of parties taking money off the market. The operation saves the odium attached to the old methods of "locking up," and has the appearance of being a legitimate movement. A respectable banking house can therefore engage in it - without loss of prestige; this immunity, however, is not likely to be continued after, a few repetitions of the trick."

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

The Public Debt.—The forthcoming statement of the public debt, which shows a considerable reduction in the Government indebtedness, will contain a new feature of great public interest, but not calculated to strengthen the standing of the Pacific Railroads. It is a table giving the amount of Government bonds issued to these various roads, amount of interest thereon paid by the Government and the amount of this interest reimbursed by the .roads to the National Treasury. The people supposed these roads, so largely subsidized by bonds and lands, have at least paid their own interest, but this statement will prove the contrary, and indeed show they have not half paid it. The exact figures have not got out,but Secretary Boutwell's exhibit will be worth careful examination,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

A BILL is before the New Jersey Legislature which seeks to break a will made by a husband who left certain property to his wife to be hers so long as she remained a widow. The widow married again, and the object of the bill is to secure to her the property which by the will goes to others. It would be a glorious thing if every State could pass such a law. Of all selfishness that which would force a woman to remain a widow or become a beggar, is the meanest. The wife aids the husband in accummulating his money, and she is just as much entitled to a portion, absolutely, as he is, ahdif, on his death, he attempts to impose conditions upon his widow, the Legislature shod step in and thwart such injustice. If New Jersey shall pass such a law she will, set a good example to all her sister States.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

Proportion op Drinkers.— A St. Louis physician is responsible tor the following figures: Takin- the population of this country at forty million —of 300 men, 122 never drink spirits at all; 100 drink moderately, but not io intoxication; 50 ^are ephemeral drinkers; 25 drink periodically, called "spreeing;" and three are habitual inebriates. Of 700 women, 600 iijver taste alcoholics of any kind ; 30 taste wine occasionally; 17 taste aident spirits; 30 drink ale or beer constantly; 14 drink ardent spirits periodically ; and 3 are habitual inebriates. Fewer women drink than men, but a larger proportion of them become habitual drinkers.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

Minister Gladstone's bill for the disestablishment of the Irish Church has carried in the British House of Commons by a majority of 118. It provides that the Irish people shall no longer be compelled to support the church of England against their will. We hope it may pass the House of Lords, but of this there is great doubt. Hon. Russo) Errett, Senator from Allegheny county, we see it stated, wili resign his seat and accept the position of'United States Assessor, fnr. the 22nd District. Senator Erreit lias scried iwo years in the Senate of Peniiriylv!itiia,ani] i--= one of the purest, ablest and most useful mppibers of that body.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

Editorial and Other Items —SI: ipbuilding is reported active at San Francisco. -s- —The Nevada Legislature has licensed gambling-—Gen. Robert Anderson thinks of going to Europe, . —Revivals of religion - are reported all over the West. —Meyerbeer, the composer,, left a fortune of $900,000. —Virginia has nine colleges and two theological seminaries. —The Austrian Emperor speaks, eleven languages fluently. — A Fiendiuian has niude 123 miles, in £4 hours on a velocipede. - -A Stradivarius violincello was recently sold in Paris for $4,000. —There are 30,000,000 acres of uncultivated land in Great Britain. —Items about land-buyers from the North fill all the Southern papers. —The Earl of Zetland has been reelected Grand Master of Masons in England. —In the Maine State'Prison, each convict is given $7 worth of clothes a year. .—A Virginia paper records the arrival of a number of "Yankee sack to ters." —Eight persons, lynched at different times, are buried iu one Indiana cemete...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

- ¦ ¦ -..- ' i ¦ I-,--- ' ••• ! Senator Sumner on ihe Alabama Claims. [Washington Corruftioiiaenco Clnoliibtttt Guzotla. There is great anxiety in all circles to see the speech which Mr. Sumner has prepared to deliver in executive session against the Alabama treaty. This speech is about finishod.Jnwl the Senator's friends say he considers it the greatest effort of his life. Some of the strongest prints of it having been made public, much to Mr. Sumner's annoyance, he innists that it, w a most pin ifi'i speech, while nt ihe same tiino if. takes "hiiih ground." Tlie "high (;T"iiinl" eonsists in say ing plainly t-i iMtglanif thai .she i.i indebted to tlie United Stales for ship» destroyed, . for year.* of commerce ^wept awar. for heavy bills incurred iu maintaining an iimui-u-e lil>>uk;t<tV. for troubles ami damages along the Canadian frontier, and more than all, and worse than all, the prolongation of the war and the consequent exposes in life and treasure...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

[Special Telegraph to The Tress.] Washington, April 4. 1869 General Longslreet. After a stormy executive session of the Senate Genera] James B. Longstreet was confirmed as Surveyor of the Port of New Orleans, by a vote of 25 to 10, but one more than a quorum vote. The Louisiana Senators were divided, Kellogg favoring and Harris opposing. Cameron made a bitterppposition..- Brownlow endorsed his language and strongly protested against the confirmation. When the vote was taken several Senators paired off, -nd it was lucky lor Lungstrct-t the vote was bad at the time, as in a fuw minutes more the Senate would Itavu lieen left without a quorum, the Senators ii'tipping out one by one. Warner, of Alabama, made an earnest and eloquent 1-peet.h in favor of tlm iMiiifiruiuiioii, pointing out the good effect it would have through out the South. The majority of the Southern Senators also favored L"iigs'reet, ami he was "eventually confirmed. The General is in ihe city, and is residing on Te...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

The female lobbyists are becoming a nuisance and a disgrace in Washington. The Boston Herald correspondent says; "They have advanced on the Capitol of late in greater force than ever, and have even commenced to lay seige to members and Senators at their boarding houses. The other day I asked the Door-keeper of the House, who is opposite the ladies reception room, how many women had sent in cards in one day to members, and he replied three hundred and eleven ! The notorious Mrs. Cobb is a daily visitor, circulating in the corridors and lobbies of the Senate and House and plying her vocation of a lobbyist. Perhaps, from this standpoint, all that Mr. Sprague has said about the social condition of things is true, here."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

Two of the members of the jury which convicted Twitchell have made aii affidavit to the statement that they joined in the verdict under the belief that the Court commanded them to return a verdict in half an hour. They add that the impression was general among the jury that they had no other course to pursue but to return a verdict of guilty in the time specified by the Judge, who, it seems, said to the jury "the Court will wait half an hour for the verdict." We presume the same '' intel ligent'' j urars would return a verdict in three minutes if the Court expressed an intention to "wait" only that length of time upt n their decision.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

The Democratic State Central Committee, met in this city, at the Bolton House yesterday evening, and determiner! upon Wednesday, the 14th of July, as the time for holding the Democratic State Convention. They w'ld have saved their party a good deal of blatherskiting and expense, besides very general dissapointment in the final result, bya refusing to fix any time,"and advising their friends to surrender at discretion by placing no candidates in the field.—Teh graph March 31st.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

Tire oldest Mason in the United States is Mr. Alexander Johnson.father of Ex-Gov. Wm. F. Johnson, who lives in Greensburg, Westmoreland county, Pa., who is now in his ninetysixth yea.'. He has been a Master Mason seventy-four years. AM oxohange, discussing the appolntiiient of Gen. Longstreet, says that lie iw the tnont unpopular of all the robol itoninianderft in the South t(j"dav. ttndd/*: "Hi* unpopularity however, is only for a day; in another poitflratioti it will be nccm how truly wise and groat lie has been." We doubt if a nitigle indivitltwl of all the number who profunn to despise his course can bo found who does not acknowledge to hiuiHcIf ihtit in braving public opinion in the South, General Longctrcet. has tl>pln.v«d «rc»ter courage than he who ltd vatic 'H to the naiinon's mouth. Longnti'm^'H rcputtiiion for '"involy on the fb-ld *Miks into iiiiiviiili'.-iiuw; when compared »ith hi-i moral coiii'¦':«''.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

NEW ADVJfltTJSEJ^ENTS ^ A ItillNrSI'iM'uIl'S MJTI'-'K. t\. LftturB ol Ailniiiil ttati-ii «» t'u» oriutn »f Caleb <!urry. bill- »f ll.'rrij liiHiiiiliiii, iliti-i-irfi). ii.iuna bi bh ginliti-'i t«i tlw tivilHrnt^mtil. till |ifrS'»iiii kiiuwiit • thfuipflii-i- iiiili-bt'ii tn fiif! c.-iitte «ro reiiuMteil t." iniiko iimi.i-iJia.iii iinyim-nt, an'l t.tm.10 having t'lutitii* tu{!itiii-l tt.e /-iiihh, tn linifunt thcinduly amlieiiti'-iitcil by binr li-r oeiili-iuent. JOHN II < IIKKY, JOHN T. HO?S, «pr7'69 fit. Admr's. TOWN LOTS FOR SALK. The undersigned informs tje citizens of III llelunte.nnd of Oentie county, tliat he bus, just ouUiile the llormigb limits, and near the '-County Fnir Grounds," FORTY-TWO BUILDING LOTS, beautifully (.ituated, which will be hold at reasonable ruta.". For lull rjHrtjculars, terms, «c, apuly to JOUN OvbJS, ujir7"69 6ui. "Jiolielouti-, Pa. STOCK RAISERS. LOOK TO Y.OUK TKUK JNTKKB TS.— ) nu can riiisi* a. j:ood horse us cheaply us a poor o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

: EGYPTIAN; : EGYPTIAN-: CORN! . • : COBS! : Awp'civm melioris eevi. } o in. fide. Quid . pro quo / THE subscriber offers to farmers through out tbe country, the EGYPTIAN CORN, which upon trial, was found to ripen,planted the last of July. It is e.«tiiia'pd. from iin very proline qualities, to yield 150 bushelf per acre, and weighs, by sealed measure, sixty-five pounds in the bushel. This corn was pronunced by M>m? ]-ri cured itirectfrmn Mr. Jnnes. our consular agent, directly on bis return from Esrypt. It seeds n» different culture from that of other vnrieties. and in the South two crops can be raised in. one season on the same ground. It erows in the form of a tie', and thirty-Jour ears have grow. up:>n one stalk, and will average from Ave to fifteen. For domestic use it is unparalled. When ground and properly bolted, it is equal in coI..r and fineness to wbeaten flour. Asa foragetTop, by sowing in drills or broadcast, for early feed, there is no kind of corn so ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

AN IMPORTANT QUESTION NEW STOCK OF SPRING AND STJMMEK GOODS. LET THE PEOPLE OF CENTRE COTJN TY CONSIDER Why will yon suffer yourselves to be openly BOB BED by nnprinciplel dealers, when yon can buy your Dry and Fancy Goods. Boots and Shoes, Cloth ng, Groceries, 4e., and no danger of being CHEATED by going direct to the old Established stand oi LOEB, MAY 4 LOEB. WE ire determined not to be excelled in felling Goods of the very best quality and at the most reasonable rates. LOEBMAY LOEB. IT matters not what yon wish to purchase DRY GOCDS. CLOTHING. GROCERIES, BOOTS * SHOES, nr anything usually kept in First Class Stores, yju can be supp) ed by LOEB, MAY * LOEB. SKIRTS—Hoop Skuvs, Balmoral Skirts for saie cheap by LOEB, MAY i, LOEB. THE highest CASH PRICE paid for Wheat. Corn and Grain of all kinds by »pr.7«9ly LOFR MAY A LOEB ! ! ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

MILLINERY STORE.—Tbe undersigned respectfully informs tbe ladies, and all in need ot Millinery Goods, that she has opened a Millinery Store at her residence at the Toll Gate on the Bt-llet'onte and Lewistown turnpike, whtreshe will be happy to wait upon i-.U who may favor her with a call, • mai3l-3t MATT1E BOALICH. F OR SALE.—The uinfers!jincd of' fers at Piiviite Pa!e on i-u^y terms, the toll..wiDf prntfity t" wit: Kiii.y Reaper A M'»wer. in-arly new, 1 wIMIn 2-hnr.-e Wagnn nnd i-eit o- fi'..i.!ile biMoess, one >:mid Horse and aond Umv. Kor -ortber i?;irtiuu!--rs call at the farm, or inquire »l BOND VaLESTIKE. mar2i,69-3t.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, ANOTHER NEW STOKE. ANOTHER NEW STORE. ANOTHER NEW STORE. bPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. KELLER i. MUSSER have jast opened the best, clianpot. largest, as well as the l)0:t assorted stock ot Goods in Bellefonte or Cuntllll Pennsylvania, at tlieirnew PHILADELPHIA STOKE, in llROCKtSUIIOFf'S Ult'JpK, Jli'hop St. PHILADELPHIA STORE I """ PHILADELPHIA STOKE! PAILADELPHIA STORE! KELLER & MUSSER. FOR THE LAP/IKSThey have Silkii. Uoliorjrs AJpucuS, Al'-rilins, Wool De.lainep, Lustre.-, Uiu^lnmis, Prints. P.'plins. Lawns, Handkerrhie:?, Kid and other Glove s. llnsiery, Balinoriili-. Hoop-skins, and u g. ne ml vi«- VHri'-IV of Ribiioas, triaitniii^'s , Iiu'on«, Braids, etc., at lh„ I'jiVftt prt».-e=. rent uii.vn.rcvEv Tboy hare BoiCfi nnd Uinc CiotVis, ^iack an I Fancy Ca-siweres. Sniiincits, Tweeds. Meltons, Wafer-] n.o( Clotb, Silk. Satin and enmm a » estings, et'-.. in ureal variety, and at prices that will jjivc general satinfai tion...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

HAVING determined to.remove to Li.ck Haven on the 1st of April next, I rtquest all persons who are indebted to me to call and settle their accounts before that date. Unsettl d claims will be left with Snmuei L. Barr, Esq., for collection after that. time. marlT'fiS St GEO. Y. BEATTIE.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

pONRAD HOUSE. ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN LODGING AND MEALS AT SEASONABLE BATES KESTAUBANT WELL SUPPLIED WITH ALL THE VIANDS OF THE SEASON. OYSTERS IN EVERY ST^LE H.H.KLINE. mar.31,'61-lm. Proprietor. . ,

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